On Sunday, February 3, people all over the country will be tuning in to CBS to watch the Los Angeles Rams take on the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LIII. But if you’re the kind of person who only cares about the commercials and the halftime show, or who’d rather skip the big game altogether, there are plenty of binge-able options on other channels. Check out some of the best alternatives below! (All times ET unless noted otherwise.)

Puppy Bowl XV (Animal Planet, 3pm): No matter who wins this Bowl, there are no losers where puppies are involved. Root for Team Ruff or Team Fluff — or both, because puppies! (Photo via Animal Planet/Discovery Press)

Kitten Bowl VI (Hallmark Channel, 2pm): More of a cat person? Beth Stern, Dean Cain, and Rodney Peete host the annual Kitten Bowl starting at 2pm, to be followed by the inaugural Cat Bowl at 4pm.

One Winter Proposal (Hallmark Channel, 7pm): One Winter Weekend stars Taylor Cole, Jack Turner, Rukiya Bernard, and Dewshane Williams reunite for more ski resort romance in this Winterfest original movie.

Dr. Pimple Popper: The Poppy Bowl (TLC, 5pm): If you’re a “popaholic,” park yourself in front of the TV for six hours of pimple-popping action from Dr. Sandra Lee.

Blue Planet II Marathon(BBC America, 6am to 6am): If you don’t have to work on Monday, BBC America is airing a full 24 hours of the Planet Earth sequel Blue Planet II, which takes a deep dive into the world’s oceans. (Photo via Hugh Miller/BBC America)

The Real Housewives of Atlanta Marathon (Bravo, 8am to 9pm): Catch up on all the season 11 drama between Nene Leakes, Kandi Burruss, Cynthia Bailey, Porsha Williams, Eva Marcille, and Shamari DeVoe.

Worst Cooks in America Mini Marathon (Food Network, 6pm): Food Network is airing every season 15 episode of Worst Cooks in America so far, with a brand-new ep debuting at 10pm.

Titanic (TNT, 8pm): Revisit the film that started Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio’s epic friendship more than two decades ago.

Walk the Line (CMT, 6:15pm): Reese Witherspoon won an Oscar for her performance as June Carter Cash in this biopic costarring Joaquin Phoenix as legendary singer Johnny Cash.

Finding Nemo and Finding Dory (Freeform, 4:45pm): If you need something the whole family can enjoy, Freeform is airing both Disney-Pixar’s Finding Nemo and its 2016 sequel. (Photo via Disney-Pixar)

The Mummy, The Mummy Returns, and The Scorpion King (A&E, 5pm): A&E is airing the first three films in the Mummy franchise: 1999’s The Mummy, 2001’s The Mummy Returns, and 2002’s The Scorpion King. The fun starts at 5pm.

The Office Marathon (Comedy Central, 8am to 10pm): Comedy Central’s Sunday schedule features 14 hours of The Office, including the entirety of season 4.

Velvet Buzzsaw (Netflix, streaming now): Netflix’s newest star-studded film features Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene Russo, Toni Collette, Zawe Ashton, Tom Sturridge, Natalia Dyer, Daveed Diggs, Billy Magnussen, and John Malkovich. It’s a dark comedy-horror movie about a collection of cursed paintings and the havoc they wreak among an interconnected group of art critics, agents, and gallery owners. (Photo via Claudette Barius/Netflix)

Russian Doll (Netflix, streaming now): The first season of Russian Doll hit Netflix on February 1, and the reviews so far have been stellar. Created by Amy Poehler, Leslye Headland, and Natasha Lyonne, the series stars Lyonne as a woman who’s trapped in a Groundhog Day-esque time loop, but with a dark twist.

What will you be watching on Sunday? Let us know @BritandCo!